Stocks Drop as Central Bankers Offer No Policy Clues
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Stocks slipped after U.S. and European central bankers failed to give fresh policy guidance at the Jackson Hole central bankers meeting.
Global Economy Week Ahead: U.S. Inflation and Jobs, Japan Household Spending
The week ahead will be a busy one for U.S. economic data, with readings on consumer confidence, GDP, the Federal Reserve's preferred inflation gauge and the August jobs report.
Most Global Markets Start the Week Lower
Asia-Pacific equity markets struggled for direction after U.S. and European central bankers didn't provide fresh policy guidance, though China-related stocks outperformed.
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Draghi Holds Off on Monetary Policy Clues, Criticizes Deregulation Push
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi offered no fresh clues on when the ECB might wind down its bond-buying program, and instead criticized a global tilt toward protectionism and warned against loosening financial regulations.
Central Bankers Can't Savor Their Stimulus Success
Central bankers were looking forward for years to a moment when the world economy would steady, allowing them to unwind extraordinary monetary stimulus from global markets. That moment has arrived, but they are now preoccupied with other matters.
Central Bankers Warn Against Regulatory Cuts, Trade Moves
The world's top central bankers warned that undoing banking rules or pursuing protectionist measures threaten economic expansion.
Energy Markets Brace for Volatility as Harvey's Impact Is Determined
Energy markets are due for considerable volatility this week as investors try to gauge the extent of disruption to fuel production and distribution from the torrential rains and catastrophic flooding in Texas.
China's Markets Can't Agree on How Good Nation's Economy Is
China's financial markets are sending conflicting signals about the health of the world's No. 2 economy, where a strengthening currency, buoyant stocks and soaring commodities contrast with the pessimism popular among the country's bond investors.
Banks Send Warning Signs for Economy
Data out of the banking sector is consistent with an aging economic expansion.
Energy Shares Set for Worst Month Since 2015
Shares of energy companies are on track for their biggest monthly decline since the end of 2015, showing that stabilizing earnings aren't enough to attract investors.
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August 28, 2017 05:15 ET (09:15 GMT)